Are you jealous? in 2020

  • May 11, 2020, 4:42 p.m.
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^ That.

Are you a jealous person?
Does your SO have a lot of girl/boy friends they talk to on a daily basis?
Is this okay with you?
Are there any that bother you over others - and for what reason?
Do you talk to a lot of girls/boy friends on a daily basis?
If so, is your SO ever jealous of that?

Curious mostly.
Will touch on this later.
For now- off to finish work, pick up groceries, go home and cook, do a million loads of laundry then shower and sleep. Being an adult is dumb.

DE_mkately May 11, 2020

I guess a little. I like claiming someone and i like being claimed. But ive been overly jealous when someone was cheating and they were the same with me while cheating. So for me i guess theres been a reason that its escalated.

Lunchbox May 11, 2020

I'm a wee bit of jealous person. My boyfriend's friends are all guys, so I don't know how I would feel if he hung out with girls. I'm sure I would be at least a little jealous.

sedentary May 11, 2020 (edited May 11, 2020)


I definitely can be, but i can't stand when someone acts territorial over me.
I know Im extremely loyal, and no matter what male I might be talking to, my SO shouldn't be worried.
My now husband used to have a girl as a best friend, and I Was jealous, but it turned out to be harmless.
So I try to remember to give my SO as much faith as I want back.

trixiepink May 11, 2020

Early on yes. I think it came from people before my husband seemed great until they weren't. Or that he would tire of me. Now. Nah.

Him. I think twice he has said please no more of so and so or I didn't like when you hung out with your girlfriend and two younger guys. I think because he isn't a jealous person I have backed off the few that made him feel unhappy or uncomfortable.

JustSurviveSomehow May 13, 2020

I have never really been a jealous person. My boyfriend doesn't have any female friends. When he first got together, I thought that he was lying about it, because almost all my friends were guys.

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